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Still Magazine Recent Issues ■ Still Magazine – Fall/Winter 2017
Fall/Winter 2017 (Vol. 11, No. 2)

For the love of community

To celebrate its 125th anniversary, ATSU is doing what it does best – educating [...]


Forging a new path

Before he became a physician, Danny McClure, DO, ’13, inspired by his Christian faith, took a medical mission trip to Cambodia. While abroad, he was amazed by the care his group was able to deliver.

A soldier’s service

As an Army Reserve soldier and occupational therapist, Dr. Mary Erickson has dedicated her military career to improving the health and well-being of soldiers and their families.

Never too old to learn something new

“I put my own education on the back seat while my daughter was in school,” says Elizabeth Spero, MHA, RN, CCM, CPDAM, ’17.

Heart for the underserved

For Jake Hamby, DMD, ’17, post-graduation life has been a pleasant transition. He’s been able to build a rapport with a new patient population while working at the Marshfield Clinic in Medford, Wisconsin.

Family ties

Some sisters are close, and some sisters are inseparable.

From The President

ATSU’s 125th anniversary has been filled with celebration and accomplishments, from the Kirksville Community Thank You event to ATSU-MOSDOH’s accreditation announcement.

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Class Notes

’50s Richard A. Berjian, DO, ’55, published his second novel, “An Uncertain Cure.” The story follows a young surgeon who is lured to Greeley University Medical Center with the promise of funding to continue his […]

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Faculty & Staff News

ATSU Amanda Anders joined the President’s Office as the new executive assistant. She previously worked as a clinical education coordinator in the ATSU-KCOM AHEC Program Office.

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Board Speaks
In Memoriam

Marodin Aghassi, D3, Turlock, California, died May 8, 2017, at age 32. He was a member of the ATSU-ASDOH class of 2018, and he planned a career dedicated to serving those in need.

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